Desktop App 3.13.0 for Mac  Release Date:  Jul 07, 2021

Start or join a co-editing session via double-clicking

Users can start a co-editing session by double-clicking a file. 

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Or join a co-editing session by double-clicking a file, which is currently being co-edited by someone.

 

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If a user joins or starts a co-editing session by double-clicking and the network connection is unstable, the user is asked to reconnect.

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If there is no reaction after 30 seconds user would see the following screen and be asked to retry:

 

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Introduced file-size validation for co-editing

If a user tries to start a co-editing session on a file that exceeds the size limit, they will be informed about this fact, along with the information about the maximum file size on which co-editing is allowed (this can vary).

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Introduced Tutorial and Onboarding screen

Onboarding tutorial screen when a user opens a file in co-editing mode for the first time:

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Enhanced lock owner information

Full name is included in the notification and popups about a coediting lock and on joining collaboration window.

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Known issues and limitations

The update has the issues and limitations listed below:

  • Co-editing is not officially supported in folders marked for offline access - using co-editing in an offline folder in rare scenarios may create conflicting copies.
  • Co-editing is not supported with Turbo connection for versions of Turbo below 2.7.
  • The co-editing prompt is not shown if there is no default app selected on the domain level.
  • Possible performance issues with files on private folders (increased opening time if an application tries to access multiple files).

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